Welcome to the site of the Motorcycle Riders' Association of South Australia.
The MRASA is the recognised voice for motorcycling with the Government.
Please visit our about page for
more information on what the MRASA is about.
Notification of MRASA Inc. Annual General Meeting for 2024
The Annual General Meeting of the MRASA Inc. will be held at 7pm on Monday 19th February 2024 at the
MSA Hall, 251 The Parade, Beulah Park.
All positions of the Association listed below will be declared vacant and the following positions on the
2024-2025 committee will be filled through election.
At this meeting the Auditor for the 2024-2025 year will be appointed. All current financial members
of the MRASA Inc are eligible to stand for election to one or more of the positions. Nominations should
be in writing to the Secretary of the Association prior to the beginning of the AGM and evidence of
current membership must be provided. All members are invited to attend the meeting.
- President (Executive committee member)
- Vice President (Executive committee member)
- Secretary (Executive committee member)
- Treasurer (Executive committee member)
- Road Safety Officer
- Minutes Secretary
- Membership Secretary
- Register Liaison Officer
- Stock Control Officer
- General Committee Representatives (number unspecified until the AGM)
- Magazine Editor
A proxy form allows you to nominate another financial member to vote on your behalf. The nomination form
will allow you to nominate yourself or another financial member for a position on the committee. These forms are
available using the links below.
Proxy Form 2024 (form and information combined)
Nomination Form 2024 (A4 with two forms per page)
Sub Committee representatives to the MRASA committee include
and will be elected by the sub-committee at meetings held within 4 weeks of the AGM.
- Toy Run
- Scooter Club
Toy Run 2023 - Thank you
On behalf of the MRASA I would like to say thank you to all who attended the MRASA Toy Run 2023. On a day when the weather was not
in our favour, many braved the elements to bring in a gift or donation. We saw bikers, drivers and pedestrians donating. To all of
you I say thank you, you will make a child's Christmas a day of happiness. You lived our motto, loud and clear.
It's more than a Ride, it's for the Kids.
To the bike riders who rode with us on our very short Toy Run, the public response was amazing. SAPOL gave us an uninterrupted ride.
Our team of volunteers at Victoria Park, working tirelessly for the entire morning, making the experience as pleasant as possible in the damp conditions.
Of course, the Coffee Van and BBQ, were warmly welcomed. Attendance from SAPOL /DIT, First Care Medical and our MRASA tent were well
patronized. Coast FM provided music and a few lively interviews. See you next year, for the MRASA Toy Run, 8th Dec 2024.
MRASA Toy Run Coordinator
On behalf of the Toy Run Committee.
Updated Helmet Legislation
As of the 31st August 2023 it is legal to use an ECE 22.06 standard approved helmet in South Australia.
The MRASA is pleased to announce that the ECE 22.06 standard has been approved for use by the SA Government. Please refer to the
updated page on My Licence website.
For more information, visit our Helmet Information page.
Motorcycle Observation and Awareness Guide
The motorcycle observation and awareness guide has been created by Stephen Bardsley.
This guide targets all road users and has been prepared to inform and encourage a new approach to motorcycle rider awareness and road safety.
It's goals are to:
Road safety should be an equal and shared responsibility of all road users.
Understanding other road users can make roads safer for all.
Please search for this document online, you will find a copy available on Stephen's Linked-in page.
- assist drivers to better understand the importance of sharing roads with motorcycles
- explain to drivers how a riders life can depend on their actions and reactions
- inform drivers what are the causes of many accidents involving motorcycles
- provide drivers with tips regarding motorcycle awareness, observation and safety
- show drivers how improved motorcycle awareness & observation can save the lives of and prevent serious injuries to motorcycle riders
SAMRATS Ride Group Leaders
Do you enjoy motorcycle group riding and know your way around the hills and surrounding districts reasonably well?
Then you may consider becoming an MRASA ride group leader. As a leader, you will be required to chose start and finish
points for Sunday rides on a rotational basis with other ride leaders. You will lead the ride along your favourite route,
planning stops at bakeries and ultimately stopping somewhere for lunch before returning home. It's a great way to share
riding in the local and not so local area and enjoy some riding company, whilst having a lot of fun. If you are interested
in being a ride leader or want to know a bit more about the job please contact the Secretary via the contacts page.
Here are the links to archived articles on the MRASA website.
These have been indexed by the year of posting.
We welcome all interested people to attend our General Meetings. See the Meetings page for
more details. MRASA Committee & General Meetings are held at the hall of Motorcycling South Australia, 251 The Parade Beulah Park.
The mid-year General Meeting will be held in July 2022.